Where are we based?
We have listed below some landmarks in close proximity to our house. Fore more details you can click the name of the location you wish to attend.
UCD - The 46A, 145, 84X will take you to UCD in 5 minutes however you can also take a walk in 20 minutes.
St Vincents Hospital - We are more than happy to organize a taxi for any of our guests attending the hospital, the journey takes less than 5 minutes. You can also walk here in around 30 minutes or take a 5 minute bus ride to RTE and walk 10 minutes down Nutley lane.
Aviva Stadium - Aviva is around 15 minutes walk from our house ( plenty of pubs on the way )
RDS - You can walk to the RDS building in around 10 minutes.
Convention centre - The convention centre is around 35/40 minutes walk from our house however you can also take a short taxi ride here.
Energia Park - Also known as the Donnybrook Stadium, you can reach the stadium in 2/3 minutes walk.
Bord Gais Energy Theatre - You can walk to the theatre in 35 minutes or take the number 145 bus to stop 7587 and walk 10 minutes.
Croke Park - You can reach the park in 20 minutes by taxi.
What to do in Donnybrook at night time?
Donnybrook has some wonderful pubs and restaurants in the local area and a short walk away. We have made a list of some of the popular choices below.
Marco Pierre Whites restaurant - A stones throw away from our house, Marco Pierre Whites restaurant has some amazing food and is a very popular wedding venue.
The Hampton Hotel - The Hampton hotel offers a great meal and wonderful music on the weekends in a relaxed atmosphere. Be sure to check out Donnybrooks very own local band the Donnybrook Strollers for a Sunday session at 6pm.
The Donnybrook Gastropub - Sample some great food in the local gastropub on our street. Walk ins welcome.
Arthur Maynes - A beautiful quirky little pub just on the main street of Donnybrook. The front of the building is decorated in old Apothecary bottles and it carries on the old vintage design inside. It is cozy with friendly staff, great food and tasty craft beers.
Paddy Cullens - Paddy Cullens is your typical Irish bar. It promises to show all the live sporting events along with some craic agus ceol in the evenings.
Farmer Browns - Farmer Browns is a vibrant and lively pub in Clonskeagh and is always sure to be packed whether it be mid week or weekends plus they have live music on Fridays.
McSorleys - McSorleys in Ranelagh boasts 13 televisions and 3 big screens so you are sure to catch your favorite sporting event. You can also find music and a pub quiz here to keep you entertained.
O'Donoghues - O'Donoghues on Baggot street is probably one of the best traditional Irish pubs in Dublin having hosted some of Irelands best talent such as The Fureys. Here you will find welcoming locals with there fiddles and bodhrans each evening promising to be a great Irish night.
Watch to watch a Traditional Irish Music and Dancing show? Just ask at Reception for help with booking.
What to do in Dublin?
We have listed some of Dublins main attractions below as a guide for you to begin planning your trip. We sit down with our guests at check in and go through a detailed orientation, any questions you have we are more than happy to help with.
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